Can MS cause chills? When these fibers are damaged by MS, your sense of touch may be replaced by feelings of numbness or tingling. Parts of your body may feel burning or cold, even though there is no heat or chill present.
What are some weird symptoms of MS?
- MS: Strangest Symptoms From Head to Toe. 1/14.
- Trapped in a Bear Hug. 2/14.
- Out-of-Control Laughing or Sobbing. 3/14.
- An Itch You Can’t Scratch. 4/14.
- Shocking Face Flashes. 5/14.
- Fiery Feet. 6/14.
- Hard to Swallow. 7/14.
- Spine-Tingling Shock. 8/14.
Can MS affect body temperature? Many people with MS experience a temporary worsening of their symptoms when the weather is very hot or humid, or when they run a fever. These temporary changes can result from even a slight elevation in core body temperature (one-quarter to one-half of a degree).
Does MS cause flu like symptoms? Here are just a few: Exhaustion, stiffness, numbness, tingling, blurred vision, depression, disorientation, dizziness, in-coordination, acute pain, speech problems, parashtesia, flu-like symptoms, headaches, cognitive difficulties, memory loss, bowel/bladder dysfunction and mild to debilitating fatigue (RMMSC).